Posts Tagged ‘card’

Age of War

by Bevan Clatworthyon 04/12/2014
Don’t let the epic name fool you; Age of War is a tiny game of conquest set in feudalJapan. Created by legendary designer Reiner Knizia and published by Fantasy Flight Games, does this game live up to the pedigree? The game play of AoW is fairly straightfoward. The players set out 14 Castle cards which […]

Dobble – the hectic and super fun card game

by Bevan Clatworthyon 28/12/2013
Designers – Denis Blanchot, Guillaume Gille-Naves and Igor Polouchine Number of Players – 2 to 8 Publisher – Various (currently Asmodee and Blue Orange Games) Straight to the point Simple and hectic fun, perfect for a filler game or getting the whole family involved, but may not appeal to those who prefer more strategy in […]

Tsuro – The Game of the Path

by Bevan Clatworthyon 24/09/2013
Designers – Tom McMurchie Number of Players – 2 to 8 Publisher – Various (currently Calliope Games) Straight to the point – A simple mechanic makes for an interesting game, but lacks true strategy. Tsuro is the tile-laying game where players lay the path they will follow, avoiding going off the edge of the board whilst […]

Rollin’ Bones Reviews: An Introduction to Board and Card Games

by Bevan Clatworthyon 23/06/2013
A quick introduction from Bevan on his love of board and card games and some recommendations for budding board gamers!